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ok thiis is my work for the next
question. im i right?
im not sure on the question where it asks: what is its acceleration?
wouldnt it be 9.8m/s^2??? or im i wrong?

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  • bobpursley -

    The question is odd. You are correct. I am not certain why the author of the question worded it all this way.

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